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Hugo Soltys

Symfony developer

Since 2013

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Use ElasticSearch in your Symfony project

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Use ElasticSearch in your Symfony project

ElasticSearch is an open source clusterised search engine. Based on Apache Lucene and Java technologies, ElasticSearch allows you to search in a pretty huge amount of document in a really short time.

 

In this FOSElasticaBundle tutorial, we will learn how to use ElasticSearch in your Symfony project with the help of Elastica and more precisely.


How to make a sitemap file with Symfony

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How to make a sitemap file with Symfony

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is a major point in a website development. If you want your site to stand out from others in search engines results, you have to do some actions that will help you to reach this objective.

A sitemap is one of them. 

In this tutorial, we will learn how to make a Symfony sitemap file very easily step by step.


How to make a maintenance mode for your Symfony website

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How to make a maintenance mode for your Symfony website

Developing a website is synonymous of multiple releases which can cause some undesirables critical errors.

In this tutorial, we will learn how to make a simple and efficient Symfony maintenance mode.

Furthermore, you'll still be able to access your website while maintenance mode is active.


Queue your Doctrine insertions with RabbitMQ in your Symfony application

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Queue your Doctrine insertions with RabbitMQ in your Symfony application

RabbitMQ is an open source message broker software (sometimes called message-oriented middleware) that implements the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP). The RabbitMQ server is written in the Erlang programming language and is built on the Open Telecom Platform framework for clustering and failover.

In a Symfony project, RabbitMQ can allow you for example to queue your database insertions.

In this article, we will see how to setup a working RabbitMQ server in your Symfony project.


Hugo Soltys

My name is Hugo, I'm 25 and I'm a Symfony developer since 2013. I love to create websites by myself to learn new technologies or increase my skills.
I love movies, books, music and video games. I also like to drink a few beers with my friends. I'm from Lille (France) and I currently work as Symfony developer at Decathlon since 2016. Before that, I worked as Symfony developer for the IT Room company, in Roubaix, France.


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